Dinu in a sentence

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During our absence Carmichael had been visited by our venerable host of the evening, whose name was Dinus, and a young man called Otāré, who turned out to be his son.
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Dinus, the gentleman who received us on the night of our arrival, is the chief man or head of the community, and was appointed to the post for his wisdom, character, and age.
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Our visit fell during a great religious festival and holiday, which they keep once a year, and by the courtesy of Dinus, or his son, we witnessed many of their sacred concerts, dances, games, and other celebrations.
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Dinus received us with his usual gracious dignity, and gave us chairs on his right and left hand.
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As my sole desire was to hear about Alumion, and if possible to see her again, I courted the society of Dinus and Otāré.
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Examples of Dinu

Example #1
They had brought a fresh supply of dainties, and what was still more important, some pictorial dictionaries and drawings which would enable us to learn their language.
Example #2
At length the way was barred by the mouth of a broad river, and after a refreshing plunge in the lake, we returned home to breakfast.
Example #3
He is assisted in the government by a council of a hundred men, and there are district officers in various parts of the country.
Example #4
As I have already hinted, personal merit of every kind is honoured amongst them.
Example #5
Of these, however, I shall only describe the principal ceremony, which is called "Plucking the Flower," and appears to symbolise the passage of the soul into a higher life.
Example #6
Their solicitude and kindness extends to all that lives and suffers, and they regard the world around them as a divine work which they are to reverence and perfect.